Join Wyomming Pathways Now!Johnny Behind the Rocks Trail Expansion, UpperBrewers Trail Bridge Enhancement and More!Thermopolis Trail PlanningTeton Mobility Corridor ProjectPole Mountain 2020 and Continental Divide/Togwotee Pass Trail Projects

Active Transportation Webinar Series Starts September 17th – Sign Up Now

At Noon on Thursday, September 17th, please join Wyoming Pathways and the Platte River Trails Trust for the first of four webinars in the 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation Bike | Walk | Trails “Educational Lunch” Webinar Series. Read more on the webinar page and Sign Up Now! This series of four webinars on Active TransportationRead more

Togwotee Pass Continental Divide Trail Project Update!

Wyoming Pathways’ partnership with the Shoshone National Forest to build a new section of the famous Continental Divide National Scenic Trail near Togwotee Pass west of Dubois, WY. continues in 2020.  Executive Director Tim Young just walked the route with South Zone Trails Coordinator Chris Sellars to finalize trail design and layout, and the trailRead more

Teton Mobility Corridor Improvements Project Submits BUILD Grant Application

Wyoming Pathways is proud to introduce you to the Teton Mobility Corridor Improvements (TMCI) project. This project is a multi-government, multi-organization public/private partnership intended to implement regional transportation plans that call for building a more balanced multimodal transportation system to the Greater Yellowstone region. The project reached a milestone recently when the partners submitted aRead more

Thermopolis Trail Planning Project Press Release

Wyoming Pathways Partners with Hot City Outdoor Alliance, Bureau of Land Management and Town of Thermopolis to Develop Comprehensive Trail Plan Organizations Come Together to Develop Vision to Enhance Thermopolis’ Outdoor Recreation Opportunities For Immediate Release – Please contact: Tim Young [email protected] 307-413-8464 Download the Press Release   Thermopolis, Wyoming – Statewide bicycling and walkingRead more

Why the Newly Introduced Active Transportation for Public Lands Act Will Be Good for Wyoming

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director Tim Young explains the potential benefits of the newly introduced Active Transportation for Public Lands Act legislation for Wyoming: On January 16th, 2020, Representative Jared Huffman introduced H.R.5642 Active Transportation for Public Lands Act, a bill to address the need for safe bicycling and walking paths on federal public lands. Wyoming Pathways applauds Rep. HuffmanRead more

Upper Brewer’s Trail Bridge – A Lander Journal Story

We want to thank the Samone Yuen, Editor of the Lander Journal for writing the following story about our recent project to add a bridge to the Upper Brewer’s Trail over the Enterprise Ditch.  The project was completed in late mid-October and has been well received by both the Shoshone National Forest and the localRead more

Lander Community Trail Charrette Report Released

The Lander Community Trail Charrette Report was released on July 16, 2019.  The Report summarizes the background information, process and findings of the Charrette.  It can be downloaded here. The Lander Community Trail Charrette was held Friday and Saturday, April 5-6, 2019 in Lander, WY, and by all accounts was a great success.  Attendance wasRead more

Wyoming Pathways Invited to Help with Continental Divide Trail Reroute

Building on the success of last year’s Upper Brewer’s Trail Project in Lander, the Shoshone National Forest invited Wyoming Pathways to assist in a new project to construct a missing section of the iconic 3100-mile Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) that connects from Canada to Mexico. The new piece is near Brooks Lake, withRead more

Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Training in Laramie a Success!

We had a very successful bicycle and pedestrian training in Laramie on June 27th, with nearly 60 attendees. Attendees included many from WYDOT, representatives of various cities, counties and private engineering firms and bicycle and walking advocates, among others. It was a great cross-section of those interested in learning the “nuts and bolts” of bicycleRead more

Pole Mountain Trail Project Wins Coalition for Recreational Trails Achievement Award

The Pole Mountain Trail Project is continuing in 2019 and we need your help.  Please consider donating to our grant matching fund so we can apply as much resource as possible to the Pole Mountain Trails The Pole Mountain Trail Project Wins National Trails Award for “Outstanding use of Recreational Trails Program Funds in theRead more